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    Every single link i clicked resulted in an error.
     
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    This is gold :D
    “Radler” is a mixed beer drink of 50% Helles Bier and 50% Sprite/7UP. The Brits call this a “Shandy”. It is usually mixed at the bar;
    however, Warsteiner isselling this concoction in a beer bottle, but the bottle is labeled “Mischbiergetraenk” and not “Beer”. Therefore,
    the Reinheitsgebot does not apply.
     
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    Ooops... realised the above post was off topic
     
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    Came upon on a site last night Academia.eu which has technical brewing books which are very expensive I am not sure about the legalities involved putting the books directly to here but could be well worth a visit for anyone interested. I got Brewing Yeast and Fermentation by Chris Boulton and David Quain.
     
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    The IBD still has some great free learning resources.
    Most of its behind a pay wall nowadays (members Only) but some like these bits are well worth reading.
    The Tim O'Rourke series should be downloaded and filed by anyone interested in how brewing works, anything by Charlie Bamforth is worth knowing.
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